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# How much is in a BTU of natural gas?

 +1 vote! +7 you voted Answer by  anoojkumar (47) Natural gas consists mainly of methane, roughly 1,000 British Thermal Unit s (BTU) per cubic foot depending on gas composition. There is 100 Cubic Feet per ccf or about 100,000 BTU's.

 +1 vote! +6 you voted Answer by  nate20 (30) BTU or British Thermal Unit is a standard based on the amount of energy needed to heat one pound of water one degree. Natural gas is measured in cubic feet. One cubic foot of natural gas equals 1000 BTU. 1 BTU is equivalent to .001 cubic feet of natural gas.

 +1 vote! +5 you voted Answer by  PhonePerson (120) A BTU of natural gas is insignificantly small and miniscule, however in terms of cubic feet, one cubic feet of natural gas is approximately equal to 1020 BTU of natural gas. 100 cubic feet of BTUs is approximately equal to slightly more than 1,000,000 BTU's, also known as British Thermal Units.

 +1 vote! +4 you voted Answer by  cgrid76hotmailcom (545) The burn time unit on a natural gas burner is what BTU stands for i really dont know that one at this time but i will study it when i see .